The following article first appeared on Medium and was written by Paul Barron, a fifth-grade teacher at Don Jeter Elementary School in Manvel, Texas. I met Eric Ortiz at the […]
SXTXState is a project of the graduate program in the Texas State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication. In 2017, SXTXState — the brainchild of Cindy Royal, a professor […]
The South Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts is not known for education. Today, one-third of Watt’s residents have a high school diploma, and only 3 percent of the community has […]
California State University, Northridge, has one of the largest journalism programs in California and is becoming a national leader in media innovation.
A school is only as good as its teachers and administration.
Time waits for no one. But some places help turn back the clock. Kidspace Children’s Museum in Pasadena is one of those places.
What do you do? Students at John Liechty Middle School learned firsthand from professionals in a variety of fields on Career Day.
Science and art. The two disciplines have a long history of connection. According to The Art Institute of Chicago, the relationship between science and art dates back to the Egyptian pyramids.
“You are now passing through the doors of opportunity.” Those are the words at the entrance of Ojibwa Indian School in Belcourt, North Dakota. And opportunity is what 7 Generation Games CEO AnnMaria De […]